“Interactive Computer Graphics for Assisting Human Programmers” by Sprecher

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    Interactive Computer Graphics for Assisting Human Programmers



    A theory exists that a graphic “transfer function” of humans may be characterizable. A computer graphic terminal trained with an understanding of this function may be capable of identifying with a human and appreciably raising the potential quality of human/computer graphic dialog. An Interactive Computer Graphic Assisted Programming (ICGAP) System is described which uses computer graphics to aid in the construction of computer graphic programs, conveniencing interactive computer graphic experiments.The rich, relatively untapped fields of art and psychology deserve computer graphic science’s attention. An example of one area is the psychologist’s model of the process of representationalism.

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